Plymouth County, MA Assistance Programs

Plymouth County Food Assistance Programs

Our list of food assistance programs includes: food pantries, soup kitchens, congregate meal programs in Plymouth County.

Wareham Council on Aging

48 Marion Road
Wareham, MA - 02571
Coordinates and provides services and activities to town's elders. Services and activites include but not limited to: congregate lunch site, home delivered meals, dial a ride transportation for elderly and disabled, social day care, outreach, fuel assistance, health screenings, durable medical equipment loan program, health insurance information, and senior activities such as bingo, cards, line & square dancing, movies, crafts, quilting, and drop in center...

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Leonard E. Simmons Senior Multi-Service Center

558 Plymouth Street
Middleborough, MA - 02346
The Council on Aging provides information, services, programs and activities for elders, caregivers and the community. These include a Daily Luncheon Program (Monday through Friday), Meals on Wheels, an Adult Supportive Day Program, Transportation and a full range of activities...

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Plymouth County Government Assistance Programs

Our government assistance programs include TANF assistance information, welfare offices, SNAP offices in Plymouth County.

Plymouth County Health Care Assistance Programs and Clinics

Our list of clinics and healthcare assistance programs includes free and income based clincs: dental and medical, health care assistant payment programs, etc.

Marshfield Senior Center

230 Webster Street
Marshfield, MA - 02050
The Council on Aging, a human service department of the town, through its Senior Center, provides a central mechanism for the delivery of services and activities to Marshfields elder population. Through the use of a familiar and convenient location those needing assistance have an easily identifiable mechanism from which to seek assistance. For others the Senior Center helps overcome feelings of isolation and loneliness that can accompany the aging process. It accomplishes this through its many varied services and programs such as exercise, weight & strength training, yoga, bridge, computer club, painting, drawing, crafts, quilting, knitting, creative writing, mah-jongg, cribbage, pinochle, coffee hours, movies, educational seminars, walking club, health screening clinics, pedi care, income tax assistance, senior golf, diabetes support group and fuel applications...

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Plymouth County Various Assistance Programs

Below we list an array of other helpful resource programs we have found in Plymouth County.

Whitman Senior Center

16 Hayden Ave.
Whitman, MA - 02382
Senior Centers serve as a welcoming place for older people at risk of losing their ability to remain self-sufficient. As described by the National Association of Senior Centers "Senior Centers are an entry point to an array of services that will assist them as they age in place. Senior Centers offer a wide range of health, education, recreation, volunteer, and other social interaction opportunities for their participants that enhance dignity, support independence, and encourage community involvement. Centers are also a resource for the entire community, providing services and information on aging, and assisting family and friends who care for older persons. Senior Centers can optimally provide a social environment conducive to the development of a social support system reducing loneliness and depression." We invite older adults, their families, and their friends to visit the Senior Center any weekday to learn more about what we have to offer...

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West Bridgewater Senior Center

97 West Center Street
West Bridgewater, MA - 02379
The West Bridgewater Department of Elder Services is dedicated to providing Senior Citizens with the services necessary for them to continue to live in their homes with health, happiness, comfort and security...

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Scituate Senior Center

27 Brook Street
Scituate, MA - 02066
Providing the seniors of Scituate with education, recreation, social services, transportation and outreach programs. The mission of the Scituate Council on Aging is to identify the unique needs and interests of our senior citizens and implement programs that will enhance the quality of life, independence and physical and emotional well-being of a growing aging community...

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Rochester Senior Center

67 Dexter Lane
Rochester, MA - 02770
The mission of the Rochester Council on Aging is to advocate and support the community's older adults, their families, and their caregiver's while promoting independent and positive lifestyles, in a welcoming and secure environment. The Rochester Council on Aging, a department of the Town of Rochester, is dedicated to serving older adults and assisting their families and friends with aging issues. In cooperation with other organizations, the Council on Aging serves both elders who are well and those with some degree of frailty. Our professional office staff, both paid and volunteer, are at the Rochester Senior Center. We welcome your questions and suggestions!..

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Robert J. Nyman Rockland Senior Center

317 Plain Street
Rockland, MA - 02370
The Council On Aging (COA) assists Rocklands senior citizens with any problems and encourages participation in events and activities. Our objectives are: To identify the total needs of the elderly population of the community; To educate the community and enlist support and participation of the citizens about their needs; To implement services; To cooperate with the MA Executive Office and Elder Affairs, and to be cognizant of State and Federal legislation programs regarding elders...

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Pope’s Tavern Senior Center

506 Plymouth Street
Halifax, MA - 02338
Our mission statement...To identify the economic, health and cultural needs of our senior community and provide an environment of support, learning and socialization while striving to enrich senior lives by offering as wide array of programs, transportation and advocating on their behalf, when necessary, thereby promoting independence, wellness and dignity...

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Plymouth Center for Active Living

44 Nook Road
Plymouth, MA - 02360
The Plymouth Center for Active Living is a department of the Town of Plymouth supported by local, state and federal funds. The Center for Active Living located at 44 Nook Road, Plymouth, for the purpose of providing services for Plymouth residents 60 years of age and older. Mission Statement: To provide our community with a safe, trusted, physical and virtual environment where information and access to programs and services foster a healthy and vital lifestyle throughout the aging process...

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Pembroke Council on Aging Senior Center

144 Center St.
Pembroke, MA - 02359
Mission Statement: To communicate with and take care of seniors in our community. Open and stimulate minds through programs and activities. Act together to make the senior years interesting and enjoyable. Hours of Operation: Monday, 8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Tuesday - Friday,  8:30 a.m. -  4:30  p.m. ..

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Norwell Senior Center

293 Pine Street
Norwell, MA - 02061

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Mattapoisett Senior Center

17 Barstow Street
Mattapoisett, MA - 02739
Mission To identify the needs of the elderly in their community and to provide appropriate programs and services to meet those needs. The Council achieves this ideal by providing health, fitness, and nutrition programs, referral services, confidential legal advice, financial counseling, and necessary transportation. Their   center provides comfortable conditions for holding events. ..

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Marion Council on Aging

465 Mill Street
Marion, MA - 02738
The Marion Council on Agings mission is to advocate on behalf of the Marion adult population. This is accomplished by identifying needs and developing community resources, to provide information, referral, and outreach services. Nutrition and health services are offered in cooperation with other town departments and area agencies. The Marion Council on Aging strives to enhance the quality of life for all members in the community by providing educational, recreational, and cultural programs and activities...

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Lakeville Senior Center

1 Dear Crossing
Lakeville, MA - 02347
The Council on Aging was established for the purpose of coordinating and carrying out programs designed to identify and meet the needs of Lakeville residents aged 60 or older. Once identified, it is our responsibility to inform our elders and the community of available services. Funding to meet these needs is provided by the Town and through various grants and donations. We also provide a welcoming setting to socialize and explore various volunteer opportunities...

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Kingston Senior Center

30 Evergreen St.
Kingston, MA - 02364
Mission Statement: To advocate the independent lifestyle and quality of life of the senior community through the promotion of wellness, education, recreation and socialization. The COA will determine our elder citizens needs based on internal and external sources and provide the necessary services in conjunction with private and public agencies in the area and feedback of the seniors...

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Hingham Senior Center

224 Central Street
Hingham, MA - 02043
Services: Offers elders a programs, services, activities and transportation for all residents aged 60 and over and serves as an information resource for families, friends and neighbors who may be caring for an older person.  Everyone is welcome at the Senior Center at 224 Central Street and your participation is encouraged. Hours of Operation: Monday- Friday: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm ..

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Hanson Senior Center

132 Maquan Street
Hanson, MA - 02341

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Hanover Senior Center

665 Center Street
Hanover, MA - 02339
The Hanover Senior Center Vision will be a primary resource for seniors in the Hanover Community. The center will be a dynamic place where seniors will gather and participate in activities that promote healthy aging including socialization, exercise, informational seminars, classes, volunteering, recreation and wellness programs...

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East Bridgewater Senior Center

355 Plymouth Street
East Bridgewater, MA - 02333
The East Bridgewater Council on Aging (EBCOA) serves older persons, disabled persons of all ages and their caregivers, and others in need of services and referrals. Programs that enhance dignity, support independence and encourage general wellness are developed, coordinated and promoted to meet the needs of these individuals...

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Duxbury Senior Center

10 Mayflower St.
Duxbury, MA - 02332
The mission is to create an inclusive environment to enable their growing population of seniors to lead an independent and rewarding life through advocacy and support, both physical and emotional, and to encourage seniors to use their talents, knowledge and experience for themselves and the benefit of the Duxbury community. Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm ..

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Cole-Yeaton Senior Center

10 Wally Krueger Way
Bridgewater, MA - 02324
The mission of the Bridgewater Senior Center is to promote the emotional, physical and economic well being of older adults and to encourage their participation in all aspects of community life...

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Carver Council on Aging

48 Lakeview St.
Carver, MA - 02330
The mission of the Carver Council on Aging is to identify the needs, interests, and concerns of Carver's senior community and in response develop and implement programs and services that address these. The goal of these endeavors is for the senior community to maintain their independent lifestyle with dignity, while enriching their quality of life...

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Anne M. Scully Senior Center

197A Samoset Avenue
Hull, MA - 02045
The purpose of the Hull Council of Aging is to implement programs to improve the quality of life and to support the valuable independence of Hull residents over the age of 60. They also help to educate their leaders and communities for all their seniors. Family members are invaluable in keeping many older people at home. They  offer referrals, advice, and comfort to all  their  families. Please feel free to call or visit. The center is open to disabled people. Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. ..

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Abington Senior Center

441 Summer Street
Abington, MA - 02351
Their mission is to serve the older community in Abington by providing support, services and activities that help enrich their lives. ..

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Plymouth County Assistance Locations

Government and Private Assistance Programs

Housing Assistance

There are many non-profit and government based organizations dedicated to providing housing and support. We find them for you.

Food Pantry Assistance

Food pantries, soup kitchens, food baskets. We find these local resources and list them.

Free clothing assistance

Thousands of churches and religious organizations offer low-cost or free drug and alcohol treatment as part of their missions.